North Vancouver





North Vancouver is a region containing both the waterfront municipality of City of North Vancouver and the District of North Vancouver of Greater Vancouver area with combining population of 126,600. Located across Burrard Inlet to Downtown Vancouver, North Vancouver connects the largest city in Western Canada through Lions Gate Bridge, Iron Workers Memorial Bridge of Trans-Canada Highway and passenger ferry called SeaBus.

Incorporated in 1907, City of North Vancouver is densely populated with many residential high-rises. Although the city boundary only contain 4.6 square miles, it still offer many attractions including The Pier, 40 Municipal Parks, Mahon Spray Park, Trans Canada Trail Pavilion, Lower Lonsdale Community Garden, Lonsdale Quay Market, North Vancouver Museum, Presentation House Gallery, Park & Tilford Gardens, Chiba Garden and Capilano Mall.



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